L.A.P.D. has charged “Django Unchained” actress Daniele Watts and her celebrity chef boyfriend Brian James Lucas with one count of lewd conduct each for allegedly having relations in a parked car.
Each faces up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine if convicted on the misdemeanor charges, according to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office.
Now this is embarrassing.. Civil rights leaders have officially called for actress Daniele Watts to apologize to the L.A.P.D. after she lied, claimed was racially profiled and illegally detained.
Earl Ofari Hutchinson of the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable said the L.A.P.D. acted appropriately while adding Watts had lied..
“Don’t make us look dumb,” Hutchison said. “Don’t make yourself look stupid. Because when you do that, you totally do a disservice to what we consider is still a compelling, major, deadly issue, and that’s racial profiling.” Continue reading
Django Unchained actress, Daniele Watts, who cried everything from racism, to her daddy and something about having a publicist, has some major explaining to do after photos emerged of the actress and her boyfriend engaged in some auto-erotic sexy time.
After claiming she was harassed, hurt and racially profiled, over simply making out with her white boyfriend in a car, pictures have hit the net showing that a great deal more was going on.
The pictures were taken Thursday outside the CBS lot in Studio City. Continue reading
There’s an old adage in Hollywood, if you can’t get yourself hired, go get yourself arrested. And it looks like that was exactly what “Django Unchained” actress Daniele Watts was attempting to do (which would explain her hideous outfit,) after cops responded to calls from “witnesses” saying Watts and her boyfriend were involved in a “sexual act” in a public place.
The law says the officer involved in the incident had every right to request identification if he suspected illegal behavior, and as the audio emerged that was secretly recorded by police, Watts was revealed as being less than cooperative.
Watts refused to give a Los Angeles Police Officer her identification when he asked for it because, “I believe in America and what it stands for.” Continue reading